Legal specialists in Motoring Law
The vast increase in motoring offences prosecuted through the English courts has given rise to a new generation of offenders who do not see themselves as criminals. Yet they are treated as such. Assisted by the advances of technology, more and more people are being summonsed to court for speeding, careless or dangerous driving, drink driving, defective vehicle, MOT or insurance offences. They risk facing substantial fines and driving bans, which may have a serious impact upon employment and family life.
Solicitors Kelcey & Hall are only too aware of the detrimental effect these prosecutions can bring. Our dedicated motoring law team, led by Billy Olaniyi, strives to minimise these effects, and the embarrassment and stress that court appearances can command. We are adept at robustly defending your case or presenting it to the court in such a manner that it is viewed as less severe. In situations where guilt is accepted, we seek to preserve your licence where possible and seek the best level of financial outcome in the circumstances.
Nobody gets behind the wheel of a vehicle intending to cause death to others, nor do they realise that if you are involved in a fatal accident as a driver, you can be facing up to 10 years in prison. Should such a tragic situation should ever befall you, you need the best legal representation. We, at Kelcey & Hall, can provide that. We have expertise, detailed knowledge and experience of such cases, coupled with access to the countries leading experts in road traffic accident reconstruction.
Today so many speed detection devices and cameras are being used that more and more drivers will fall foul of the speeding laws and risk of a ban if they acquire more than 12 points in a three year period. We can help you keep your licence with our skilled and knowledgeable specialist motoring law team.
Nowadays very few accidents are accepted as just accidents. The clamour to have someone to blame has never been higher. Careless driving and dangerous driving prosecutions can accumulate points on your licence at an alarming rate. In the case of dangerous driving a prison sentence and driving ban can often follow. We can steer you through the path of complexities to help to achieve the right result should your case come before the Court.
The complexities of the current drink driving legislation and the inevitable consequence of a minimum driving ban of at least a year on conviction make it essential for you to be properly represented. We have the expertise and knowledge to assist you.
Prosecutions for defective vehicles are becoming more common in an age, which is increasingly trying to apportion blame and place responsibility on employers or drivers. Our specialist motoring legal team is well equipped to assist and defend you through the maze of legislation that covers this area.
3) Motoring Offences (summary only motoring offences under Part I of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and s89 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984)
Our team has over 80 years of collective experience in delivering high quality work in all matters relating to motoring offences. The team has particular expertise in challenging the police and Crown Prosecution Service in evidence provision.
We have 5 members of the team who may work on your matter. Regardless of who works on your matter, they will be supervised by Billy Olaniyi, a Partner and Senior Crime Solicitor at Kelcey and Hall, who has over 16 years’ experience in dealing with motoring offences.
We are required by the SRA to provide price information for assistance regarding summary only motoring offences under Part I of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and s89 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – access price information here.
If you need to talk to a Solicitor please contact us for more information on 0117 927 9604 or Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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